Listed by Michael Chadwick and Yana Toyber of Citi Habitats for $1,895,000, 333 Park Avenue South presents the rare opportunity to purchase a historic, live/work loft – designed by one of the world’s most renowned photographers.
Each room of the property is multi-functional, maximizing every square foot to perfection. The spectacular great room has approximately 14 ft coffered ceilings, an exposed brick accent wall, and an open staircase with glass railing. Copious natural light streams into the space through floor-to-ceiling windows. The open kitchen has granite counter tops, a breakfast bar – and Frigidaire & Gaggenau appliances, including a dishwasher. There are up to 4 different sleeping areas and seemingly unlimited storage space – in addition to 2 full bathrooms that include heated floors and a Jacuzzi tub. A brand-new, in-unit Whirlpool washer & dryer offers the ultimate convenience.
Designed by J.C. Markham in 1875, 333 Park Ave South has a rich history. In 1881, Louis Comfort Tiffany opened the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company (Tiffany & Co.) in the building. In the 1960s, the address became home to many bold-faced names in the arts community. Jerry Schatzberg was first artist (photographer/director) to move into the building. He was a major influence in the 60-70s NYC scene and worked with and entertained Andy Warhol, Aretha Franklin, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Edie Sedgwick, Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty, Frank Zappa, Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones (among others) in the space.
The building’s celebrity connection continues to this day. Amy Schumer, 50 Cent, James Franco, Lindsay Lohan, CeeLo Green, Jessica Alba, Linda Evangelista, – and many other sport and finance, religious, and social media figures have been interviewed and photographed in the loft. Spectacular and fascinating, this one-of-a-kind treasure is the ideal dream home for those who love New York.